Manchester United have told Inter Milan they will have to include striker Lautaro Martinez in any bid for Paul Pogba.
Unsettled Pogba is keen on reunion with Antonio Conte, who was his manager during his time with Juventus, according to the Daily Mirror.
Martinez is valued at around £80 million, while United insist Pogba is worth £150 million.
Juventus and Real Madrid are also keeping tabs on the Frenchman, amid reports of a growing feeling within the club that it’s best for everyone if he leaves.
Despite the ongoing speculation Old Trafford boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s claims that he wants the controversial midfielder to stay.
Pogba has made it clear he sees his future away from Old Trafford and is being constantly linked with an exit this month to Europe’s elite clubs.
Solskjaer was again without the midfielder for the goalless draw with Wolves in the FA Cup on Saturday.
After the game Solskjaer insisted that there is no chance he will be leaving United this month.
When asked if the Frenchman would be going, Solskjaer told the BBC: “You won’t see Paul [Pogba] go in January.”
Pogba has been ruled out for a few weeks due to an ankle injury.